Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Innovation Forum 2008 Toronto

Looking for new ideas, business opportunities or start your own business. Learn how to develop and finance an innovative idea into a successful venture.

Join the Innovation Forum 2008, Thursday June 5th at the North York Civic Centre, 5100 Yonge Street, 9:30am to 5pm.

Who Should Attend?

Anyone that wants to learn how to be a better creative thinker and innovator - Those who want to learn how to succeed in developing an innovative idea into a business venture - Current and future innovators and inventors - Aspiring Entrepreneurs and existing business owners - New immigrants eager to use their innovative skills and experiences in business - Investors looking to find business opportunities - And those who want to establish a wealth of innovation and business network contacts.

Free admission!

Organized by the City of Toronto Economic Development and the Alliance of Technology & Science Specialists Toronto, Innovation Forum 2008 will bring together leading experts on innovation and entrepreneurship to help take your creative ideas to the next level of success.

Looking for help and guidance to commercialize your idea or product? No problem! You'll find the information and contacts you need to get up and running on the road to venture creation and financial success.

Business-to-business product and service providers, government agencies, professional associations, venture investors and innovation experts and advisors will be on hand to inform, educate, and connect with current and aspiring innovators and entrepreneurs.

Why You Should Attend?

Learn how to be a better innovative thinker - Find ways to apply your creative, innovative, intellectual skills in real business life - Discover cutting edge innovations - Explore investment opportunities - Hear keynote presentations on Innovation & Entrepreneurship - Discover the latest trends & tools for invention commercialization and intellectual property protection - Explore potential financing sources from both the public and private sectors - Establish valuable business contacts and access new markets all in one location!


Are you a current or aspiring innovator or entrepreneur? Choose from a selection of interactive breakout seminars conducted by successful entrepreneurs and industry experts. Learn about the invention process and government support programs.


Visit the "Innovators Trade Show". See and learn about some of the 40 or more innovations in various fields ranging from health care, I.T. management solutions, to fuel injection systems and explore potential business investment opportunities. Over 20 service exhibitors will display and demonstrate the latest in services, programs and products for the innovative entrepreneur.

Exhibitors will include funding agencies, government organizations, professional service providers, and other agencies to support innovation and entrepreneurship. Learn about Canada's incentive programs for entrepreneurial innovators and have your questions answered by staff from the Canada Intellectual Property Office and various government agencies.


Participate in interactive roundtable discussions and share business and innovation experiences and ideas. and network with your peers. Some of the topics to be discussed include "Product Pricing", "the Innovation Process", "Invention Commercialization", "Intellectual Property Protection", and "The Steps to Transforming an Idea to a Successful Business Venture".


Get high quality business leads and contacts just by having fun! Meet face to face with decision-makers, investors, peer innovators, and potential clients and partners. Bring lots of business cards!

Admission to Innovation Forum 2008 is free but advance registration is required.

call 416-395-7416


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